A vibrant interdisciplinary community of scholars, students, and practitioners dedicated to understanding the moral challenges of our time and creating scholarly frameworks, policy, and practice to address them.
Emma Cairns is a sophomore from Glasgow, Scotland. She is both a patriotic and globally minded individual interested in how culture and exposure to different cultures plays into an individual’s intersectional identity.
Andrew Carlins is a junior from Oceanside, NY studying Economics, History and Ethics and Society. He is an intelligent, handsome and incredibly modest individual with a witty sense of humor. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys spending time with his residents in Jarvis, learning languages and writing.
Rishi Dasgupta is completely undecided on what he wants to study, but he tells people he is a prospective neuroscience major. He loves cooking and trying new things, and his best friend is his golden retriever, Luna.
Thomas Huck is a sophomore at Duke, planning to study Political Science, Computer Science, and Philosophy. Originally from Berwyn, Pennsylvania, Thomas discovered his interest in ethics through his experience as a Boy Scout and in high school. In his free time, Thomas enjoys hiking and poetry.
Carolyn Huynh a junior from Dallas, Texas, and is an alumna of Project Change. She is considering co-majoring in Global Health and Neuroscience and is interested in the field of integrative medicine. You can usually find her drinking coffee at Vondy, watching Worth It Buzzfeed videos, or doing both at the same time.
JJ is a sophomore from Toronto, Canada (where they don't live in igloos), with the tentative, unofficial majors of Economics, Computer Science and taking an excessive amount of Buzzfeed quizzes. Outside of analyzing the meaning of her horoscope (Pisces) and Myers-Briggs results (ENTP), she loves watching crime TV shows, making typography posters and browsing through 8tracks for new music. You can also find her scribbling stories in the middle of Perkins, looking for hidden gems at the thrift store and attempting to cook without burning down the kitchen.
Kyle Melatti is a sophomore and future public policy and economics double major interested in ethics and ethical decision making as a part of the political process. He currently serves as a Senator for Duke Student Government on the Committee for Durham and Regional Affairs and also has a secondary appointment to the Senate Judiciary Committee. In his free time, he attends talks and presentations offered by the University to learn more about the issues going on in the world and what can be done to help.